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Expedition Pass Reservoir

Fun in the water
from Parks Victoria
 

Expedition Pass Reservoir sits below the pass named by Major Mitchell when he led his expedition through the hills in 1836. The reservoir was built in 1868 and was fed from the Malmsbury-Bendigo water race.  

The reservoir is no longer used as a water supply and is now popular for fishing, canoeing and picnicking. It's a great spot for the family to enjoy a swim in the cool waters.

The reservoir is located on Golden Point Road, about 3km from Chewton.

There is 24 hour access, there are no facilities. 

Be sure to leave your four legged friends at home as dogs are not permitted at the reservoir. 

 

 

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